Rather than tearing down this historic building adjacent to the Municipal Building in Clinton, N.J., the town asked me to redesign it in a way that would maintain its historic significance, while allowing for its use as an adjunct building for public use and providing for handicapped access. This project received the Hunterdon County 2007 Planning and Design Award for Rehabilitation and Adapted Use, because the architectural design allowed for it's successful rehabilitation and the maintaining of the quality and integrity of the original building.
Susan M. Rochelle, A.I.A., Architect is devoted to Historic Preservation and has worked on several landmark structures in New Jersey and other areas. Susan has renovated, restored and preserved many homes throughout the region. Landmark projects include alterations and additions to St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Alexandria Township, The Surgeons Quarters at Fort Hancock, Sandy Hook, Alterations to Clinton Presbyterian Church, and Alterations and Additions to 47 Leigh St. in Clinton, NJ.